By Daniel Boyarin
The old separation among Judaism and Christianity is frequently figured as a sincerely outlined holiday of a unmarried entity into separate religions. Following this version, there could were one faith referred to as Judaism sooner than the beginning of Christ, which then took on a hybrid identification. Even earlier than its next department, definite ideals and practices of this composite might were identifiable as Christian or Jewish.In Border Lines, even though, Daniel Boyarin makes a extraordinary case for a really assorted frame of mind concerning the old improvement that's the partition of Judaeo-Christianity.
There have been no features or gains that may be defined as uniquely Jewish or Christian in past due antiquity, Boyarin argues. fairly, Jesus-following Jews and Jews who didn't stick with Jesus lived on a cultural map during which ideals, equivalent to that during a moment divine being, and practices, corresponding to holding kosher or conserving the Sabbath, have been generally and variably allotted. the final word differences among Judaism and Christianity have been imposed from above through "border-makers," heresiologists apprehensive to build a discrete id for Christianity. through defining a few ideals and practices as Christian and others as Jewish or heretical, they moved rules, behaviors, and folks to at least one part or one other of a synthetic border—and, Boyarin considerably contends, invented the very concept of religion.
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Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity (Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion) by Daniel Boyarin